Fresh off the win against Lucas Matthysse this past weekend in Kuala Lumpur, Manny Pacquiao told reporters he would again square off against Floyd Mayweather, if the latter "wants to come back in boxing".
Of course, those who watched their original match-up in Las Vegas back in 2015, will remember that Mayweather dominated the Filipino in nearly every round.
"Mayweather? If he decides to go back to boxing then that is the time we are going to call the shots", Pacquiao said after his TKO win against Matthysse.
Mayweather, who had prevailed over Pacquiao back in May 2015, hung up his gloves after stopping UFC star Conor McGregor in the tenth round previous year. "I have the belt [WBA "regular" welterweight title], so it's up to him".
Even if he doesn't get that match, he has plans to defend his title and one name that came up was Amir Khan.
Following his second retirement, speculation Mayweather might return to the ring abounded and the 40-year-old did little to dismiss it.
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"There's been talks", Mayweather confirmed in an interview with Forbes.
Another opponent is Amir Khan who made his return to the ring in a 39 second knockout of Phil Lo Greco and Vasyl Lomachenko, who is nearly 10 years his junior.
This is what Pacquiao had to say about this victory.
Lomachenko is nearly 10 years younger than Pacquiao, but the Filipino, who claimed the 60th win of his career in 69 bouts, insisted he still feels 27.
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